Treatment & Services
- Cataract Evaluations
- Cataract Implant Surgery
- Cataract Surgery
- Eye Examinations
- Lens Implant
- Neuro-ophthalmic Evaluation
- Ophthalmic Surgery
- Optic Nerve Sheath Decompression Surgery
- Strabismus Surgery
- Temporal Artery Biopsy
Specialty in Diseases & Conditions
- Optic Atrophy
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Education & Professional Highlights
Education & Fellowships
Fellowship - Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, OH USA
Fellowship - Washington University Medical Center
St. Louis, MO USA
Residency - Temple University Hospital
Philadelphia, PA USA
Internship - Delaware Valley Medical Center
Langhorne, PA USA
Medical School - Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Philadelphia, PA USA
Undergraduate - Temple University
Philadelphia, PA USA
Cataract Surgery, neuro-ophthalmology, Refractive Surgery, Strabismus
Awards & Honors
- Cleveland Magazine, Best Doctors 2007-2008
Research & Publications
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333 Patient Satisfaction Reviews
The Patient Satisfaction Rating is an average of all responses to the care provider related questions shown below from our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Patients that are treated in outpatient or hospital environments may receive different surveys, and the volume of responses will vary by question.
Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.
The comments are submitted by patients and reflect their views and opinions. The comments are not endorsed by and do not necessarily reflect the views of Cleveland Clinic.
|Courtesy, Respect & Concern||4.7|
|Knows Medical History||4.4|
|Time Spent with Patient||4.5|
|Patient Rating of Doctor||4.6|
11 Patient Comments
Reviewed on May 2, 2017
Reviewed on Apr 25, 2017
He said nothing he could do for me. he doesn't take care of headaches only eyes. I was referred to him by my opthomologist because he was a nuero/opthomologist. he acted like I was stupid coming to him with uneven pupils, headaches, dizziness etc. A very poor doctor. Never again!
Reviewed on Dec 19, 2016
No real conversation about how or what to do regarding care for my concern.
Reviewed on Dec 15, 2016
I saw the care provider for literally 2 minutes and 17 seconds. He was arrogant, kept talking about his important VIP patients, and didn't listen to me as I tried to ask questions. I will go to non-CCF ophthalmologist next time and just pay out of pocket.
Reviewed on Dec 6, 2016
Reviewed on Nov 10, 2016
Very clear instructions.
Reviewed on Oct 14, 2016
Once again, very good medical service in a short period of time.
Reviewed on Oct 13, 2016
Reviewed on Oct 11, 2016
Routine exam. Good experience.
Reviewed on Sep 20, 2016
Dr. Kosmorsky was a whirlwind. He came in out 2 times. I can't even tell you if he washed his hands. He flew in the room. Looked in my eyes (he didn't even let me get situated with my chin in the cup) put 2 drops in my eyes and said he'd be back. After my eyes were dilated, he quickly came in, looked at my eyes and said there's nothing wrong and began to leave. I stopped him to ask a question. Said "deal with it". And began to leave. I asked another question. He quickly gave me an answer and then left. I guess I was a big inconvenience in his day wonder how inconvenient it is to get paid for seeing me.
Reviewed on Aug 29, 2016
Dr. Kosmorsky is an outstanding doctor.
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